Donald Wargo

Donald Wargo
Temple University | TU · Department of Economics

PhD, Economics

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The Wissahickon Creek Watershed is one of five major watersheds in the Philadelphia metro region. The main objective of the work in this paper was to determine and compare the energy and environmental impacts of placing housing in the Watershed according to profitability and environmental sustainability criteria, respectively, in the context of inc...
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The objective of this paper was to examine the profit levels, energy use and environmental impacts of two residential development scenarios in a watershed in the Philadelphia region under two zoning assumptions. The two scenarios were based on economic suitability and environmental suitability. A key question was whether these occurred together in...
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The Fall 2011 issue of this journal published a two-paper section on “Neuroeconomics.” One paper, by Ernst Fehr and Antonio Rangel, clearly and concisely summarized a small part of the fast-growing literature. The second paper, “It’s about Space, It’s about Time, Neuroeconomics, and the Brain Sublime,” by Marieke van Rooij and Guy Van Orden, is bea...
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In discussing the $1 trillion bailout of the U.S. Financial Institutions, virtually every Member of Congress and almost every government official—including Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke and President Obama—has blamed the crisis on the " greed and irresponsibility of Wall Street ". Almost all of the financial executives involved in the crisis, from CEOs...
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We cannot restore confidence in Government and Business until the public trusts them. The public will not trust them until they see that they are behaving ethically and this means that the people in those institutions are making the correct ethical decisions. It is clear, however, that whatever ethical training the individuals in these institutions...

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